myrtale:

Cuypersbibliotheek, 1960
michaelmoonsbookshop:


To die is nothing, but tis this we fear, to be we know not what, we not not where. Death takes the good, too good on earth to stay, and leave the bad, too bad to take away. Sleeps oft in dust, wait the almighty’s will, then rise unchanged and be an angel still.      Henry Rudd 
Manuscript verse found on the blank rear end paper of a late 18th century Arithmetic book c1785
 
 
saveflowers1:

Art by George Soper (1929) from TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE.
labellefilleart:

Orpheus: Single Bacchante with Seabirds, Douglas Strachan
campsis:

becca stadtlander illustration: ballerinas
campsis:

Gérard DUBOIS
my-little-time-machine:

c.1900s
hakmeetstak:

John George Naish
campsis:

(via COLLECTION PARTICULIÈRE: épreuves d’artiste)
karenin:

I forgot to post the finished piece of the squirrel and his pals!
zombienormal:

The Three Holy Kings, Piotr Stachiewicz, Die Kunst für Alle, 1908-09.
Via.
bofransson:

Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947), Le Ballet, vers 1896

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